The Project Management Institute, or PMI, publishes a book called A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, which is often known as the PMBOK, PMBOK Guide, or simply The Guide.
In this article, we'll share some key tips you should know about the PMBOK if you're a project manager or thinking of becoming a project manager, if you're thinking of buying the PMBOK, and/or if you're thinking of sitting for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification or other certifications.
The PMBOK includes a set of standard terms and accepted guidelines for people working in project management.
PMI created the PMBOK to be an effective resource to assist in project management in any industry.
The PMBOK Guide was first published in 1996.
Later editions came out in 2004, 2008, 2013, 2017, and 2021.
The most recent edition of the PMBOK Guide is Edition 7, which the PMI published in 2021.
PMI offers a variety of certifications related to program and project management. This includes the Project Management Professional, or PMP, certification, the Program Management Professional, or PgMP, certification, and many more.
Check out the full list of PMP Certifications.
Exam updates help keep certifications current with the evolving state of the project management profession, and are updated in two circumstances:
The questions are written by active project management professionals and reflect the latest information and best practices.
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Learners can access our newly added 7th Edition courses in our Project Management eLearning course library that are based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 7th Edition guidance and accredited by PMI.